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  • 新澳门六合彩官网开奖Featured in America’s Test Kitchen Podcast @Jason_Strother @TestKitchen @pang

    Jason Strother gives a talk during a 新澳门六合彩官网开奖philosophy class

    In June, 2022 we hosted journalist Jason Strother for a week of training at the Center. Jason, who has worked for years as a free-lance reporter and was headquartered for a time in Seoul, South Korea, was researching a story about how blind people obtain food. Groceries, that is. His interest in this subject is…

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  • CCB’s Message of Support for Blind Ukrainians #BlindwithU

    staff and students at 新澳门六合彩官网开奖recording our own audio contribution for the We're With You concert

    On Saturday, April 16, 2022 an international Internet radio concert of 110 mostly blind artists contributed to the World Blind Union’s Ukrainian Unity Fund. More than $85,000 was raised to provide aid to blind Ukrainians displaced or otherwise adversely affected by the current warfare in their homeland. The 新澳门六合彩官网开奖, along with…

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  • ‘I am not my blindness’: What the blind community wishes you knew – from USA TODAY

    Erin talks to a group during Enrichment

    This article appeared in USA Today yesterday, November 17. It features our graduate Erin Daley, of whom we are naturally quite proud. In the article, Erin mentions that she loves to travel and will be visiting the Baltic countries. Well, she’s on her way right now! If you’re a sighted person, you likely have misconceptions…

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  • Blindness training goals delayed by social distancing? Check out the new Breaking Blind Podcast

    Corey and David talk about traffic sounds before making a street crossing

    You know, this pandemic shutdown has been going on for a minute. Especially if you are a student at the 新澳门六合彩官网开奖, or someone waiting to come, or someone newly blind and trying to figure out how to do the simplest things you used to do now that you’re blind, let alone…

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  • “How My Life Changed at the 新澳门六合彩官网开奖” @CatchTheseWords

    Holly headed out from the Center with her cane

    Editor’s Note: We introduced you to holly some months ago, when the weather was warmer and she was a relatively new student at the center. She comes from the United Kingdom and her drive to attend the 新澳门六合彩官网开奖 stems in part from the fact that, as she says “there aren’t any…

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  • Learning from Blind/VI Role Models: Martin Featured in @CSDBBulldogs Video Series

    The Colorado Schoool for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) recently launched a great video series focusing on role models for their blind and deaf students. Our own Martin Becerra-Miranda, Director of Youth Services, is featured in this one:

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  • 新澳门六合彩官网开奖Senior & Alum Launches “the Tactile Traveler” Radio Program & Podcast @kdnkradio

    Nick crossing Shepperd Ave

    You can’t keep Nicky out of the news. Glenwood Springs’s Nick Isenberg, who first attended our Seniors in Charge program and then came back to complete the Independence Training Program at age 73, is back in the news where he spent his professional career. This time it’s as “The Tactile Traveler”, the monthly radio program…

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  • #NextFiftyInitiative Grant Helps Us Take Seniors in Charge to Grand Junction This Week @50initiative

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    Editor’s Note: We were excited to receive a one-year grant from Colorado’s Next Fifty Initiative in June to provide skills training and employment services to seniors losing vision. The grant allows us to serve “seniors” from age 50 and up. So, this week Duncan, Julie and Dan are all in Grand Junction for our first-ever…

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  • Catch These Words: Meet Current Student Holly Scott-Gardner & Words Worthy of Catching: @CatchTheseWords

    Holly Scott-Gardner Hiking along Clear Creek on her first day at CCB

    Holly Scott-Gardner is from the United Kingdom. By many measures, she is a very successful woman, yet she wanted to come to the 新澳门六合彩官网开奖 for training. On her first day at the Center, she accepted the challenge to go rock climbing. She attended the National Federation of the Blind Convention with…

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  • Here’s news about the 2 high school students who submitted successful essays to attend #NFBinDC with @nfbco:

    Drawing of the US Capitol with the NFB Logo and Whosits in front of the steps

    Editor’s Note: In the fall we invited blind Colorado high school students to apply for our first-ever scholarship to attend the National Federation of the Blind‘s annual Washington Seminar. Students were asked to submit an essay telling us why they wanted to go, and we selected two students to come with us. In fact, that’s…

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